The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Heavy rain is expected in the county this weekend. If you’re affected by flash flooding, get advice from the Lead Local Flood Authority.
Good progress is being made on Crosskeys Marina, an impressive new gateway to the county.
Holidaymakers who are jetting off on holiday are urged to use official approved airport parking.
The junction of the B1202 and C004 at Bardney will be closed between 7pm on Thursday 1 September and 6am the following day.
Trader at Moss Tyres in Grantham fined almost £8,000 for supplying unsafe part worn tyres
Early indications of GCSE results across Lincolnshire show continued improvements this year.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards has received complaints about so called copycat websites.
Temporary traffic lights and a series of weekend road closures will be needed to complete the latest works for the Chestnut Homes Quadrant development.
Hundreds of people in the county could be missing out on the opportunity to get a free central heating system fitted. Latest government figures estimate that around 33,200 households in Lincolnshire are living in fuel poverty (around 10.6%).
Young people between the ages of 10 and 18 are in need of a loving foster home.
Work to introduce a more cost-effective approach to street lighting in the county will continue in the areas around Grantham, Sleaford, Caistor, Market Rasen and Louth during September.
Victorian past meets futuristic vision this bank holiday weekend as the largest steampunk festival in the world returns to Lincoln Castle.
A workshop is being held in Spalding for people in Lincolnshire who want to start afresh having experienced domestic abuse in the past.
A Site of Special Scientific Interest on the Viking Way will be revitalised, thanks to upcoming improvement works.
The county council has given its reaction to the latest developments relating to the Viking Link project.
Four Olympic hockey players from Lincolnshire get gold in Rio!
Award winning crime writer Frances Fyfield will host a night of discussion and insight for bookworms and art lovers at The Collection on 27 August.
Support for devolution but mixed views on Mayor
There’s just over two weeks left to catch Poppies: Wave at Lincoln Castle.
The owner of a former skip hire business is being forced to pay a total of £1,397 after breaking planning rules.
Lincoln Castle is looking for volunteers who can share their passion for history with its visitors and bring the story of Magna Carta to life.
Provisional results from 30 out of 40 sixth forms in the county show that Lincolnshire schools have outperformed the England average in nearly all measures.
New figures have shown that the value of the Lincolnshire tourism industry rose to £1.34bn in 2015, bringing in £80m more than the previous year.
Head to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life in Lincoln to find out what life was like for children during the First World War this weekend (20 and 21 August).
A-level results day can be a nerve-racking experience for students waiting for their results - the message is don’t panic, there’s plenty of advice and help out there for you.
Thanks to money from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project is running a festival of free events for all ages at the end of August.
Bardney Fire Station will open its doors to the public on Saturday 20 August.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is reminding residents to remain vigilant when booking a last minute holiday this summer.
The Wharf Road footpath between the London Road and Brewery Hill junctions is being resurfaced, with work beginning on Monday 22 August.
From Monday 15 August, the High Street will be closed to traffic between St Mary’s Street and Tentercroft Street as the area is pedestrianised.
An exhibition of the best contemporary portraiture from around the world will be at shown at the Usher Gallery this September.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service would like to hear the views of people who live or work in the Lincolnshire Wolds, as well as those who visit to enjoy its natural beauty.
The A1031 will be resurfaced between Church Lane and Firebeacon Lane at Eskham, Marshchapel.
Lincolnshire Adoption Service is still looking for adopters for children in certain age groups and characteristics.
The new fire station in Louth will open its doors to the public on Sunday, 14 August, 2016.
Lincolnshire County Council is investing £8m to encourage housing developers to create up to 600 extra-care properties across the county.
Lincolnshire county council has helped reunite a Lincolnshire soldier’s war medal with his relatives after the memento was unearthed by a local metal detectorist.
In a bid to reduce the risk of house fires, parents are urged to check where their kids are charging mobile phones and tablets.
From Monday 15 August, motorists will be able to use the new East-West Link Road for the first time.
The popular Lincs Cycle Challenge returns next month, with local businesses again competing to see which can get the most employees cycling for 10 minutes or more.